Magic Memorial Festival, Garden Grove, CA
May 27, 2012.
2013 CG 6’1 Malcolm Allen Arizona Magic- The smaller Allen twin but plays bigger and longer than his frame. Coaches, you can see the smoke when his feet move in any direction. Super athlete that defended all the perimeter positions. His offer list is stockpiling by the week.
2013 6’3 CG Marcus Allen Arizona Magic- Just like his twin brother Malcolm, Marcus has that elite burst that you wish you could bottle up and sell on the black market. 97 gasoline only in this premium engine. Elite physical and mental endurance. One word “BURSTY”
2013 6’6 F Jamal Aytes Dream Vision AAU – Undersized power forward that possesses a wonderful wingspan that allows him to play bigger. Collegiate body with a strong skill set. Place Jamal at the free-throw line or elbows and watch the points rack up. Glass cleaner. Mid Major damager.
2014 6’5 CG Bryan Alberts BTI- The best 2014 perimeter prospect Iv’e seen on the grass-root circuit this year. At 6 foot 5 Alberts has the complete package. Looking for a mean streak out of Alberts but I’ll take his length, speed and touch from either the dribble or the catch and shoot any day. Warning colleges: Alberts has haters. Please see him for your self asap! Polished and skilled with speed and length. There is no reason Alberts is not listed in the top 20 nationally.
2014 6’1 CG Keanu Peters Buckets Academy- A very bouncy Nevada HS transfer that has boosted his stock with his athletic plays above the rim and his ability to create and shoot the deep ball with accuracy. Yo-yo type handles and has the ability to wiggle against the top defenders.
2013 6’8 F Anthony January Dream Vision- Over dribbled in numerous occasions and made the opposite play at times. Pro talent and showed several high elite plays yesterday. January has the upside and the motor to be speicial. Utep I hear will stay on his short list.
2013 6’6 W Stephen Domingo Dream Vision- At 6 foot 7, no one shoots the ball better. His frame has been built up and his touch is beautiful. The Georgetown system has been blessed with a dead-eye 6’7 shooter.
2015 5’11 PG Kahlil Simplis LAX- Pure play maker with a brick house body and strong handle. Accurate shooter and good IQ. Simplis has led his team to the semi-finals.
2014 6’0 PG Obim Okeke LV Knicks – Okeke proved again how valuable he was this weekend for Coach Lamar Bigsby. Okeke played with an excellent pace, finding teammates and making the right decisions. Okeke should be regarded as a mid+ plus recruit with the upside of a high major. Size 15′s, baby fat and has hands of a 6’7 kid. Ivy schools, Stanford, Harvard, Princeton step in asap. Genius.